List of famous female pharmacists, listed by their level of prominence with photos when available. This greatest female pharmacists list contains the most prominent and top females known for being pharmacists. There are thousand of females working as pharmacists in the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones. Historic pharmacists have worked hard to become the best that they can be, so if you're a female aspiring to be a pharmacist then the people below should give you inspiration.
List ranges from Vanessa Grazziotin to Ifeniola Ameobi and more.While this isn't a list of all female pharmacists, it does answer the questions "Who are the most famous female pharmacists?" and "Who are the best female pharmacists?"
Margaret Anne Ganley Somerville, AM, FRSC is the Samuel Gale Professor of Law at McGill University, as well as professor in the university's faculty of medicine and the founding director of the law faculty's Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law. Somerville was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and educated at Mercedes College. She received a A.u.A. from the University of Adelaide in 1963, a Bachelor of Law degree and the University Medal from the University of Sydney in 1973, and a D.C.L. from McGill University in 1978. In 1978 she was appointed assistant professor in the law faculty at McGill. She was appointed an associate professor in 1979 and an associate professor in the faculty of ...more
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Vanessa Grazziotin Bezerra is a Brazilian politician from the Communist Party of Brazil. Although born in Videira, Santa Catarina, Grazziotin based her political career in the state of Amazonas. Twice elected to represent the state in the Chamber of Deputies, she was recently elected for the Federal Senate in the 2010 parliamentary election. She is the third Communist Senator ever in the history of Brazil, after Luís Carlos Prestes and Inácio Arruda. She is also Amazonas' first female Senator. ...more
Birthplace: Videira, Brazil
Una Winifred Atwell was a Trinidadian pianist who enjoyed great popularity in Britain and Australia from the 1950s with a series of boogie-woogie and ragtime hits, selling over 20 million records. She was the first black person to have a number-one hit in the UK Singles Chart and is still the only female instrumentalist to do so. ...more
Age: Died at 69 (1914-1983)
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